Veteran honor the fallen thank the living USA flag shirt, crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Category: Veterans Day
A great experience for the vets and everyone involved. I was my fathers guardian on his Honor Flight. Veteran honor the fallen thank the living USA flag shirt A very memorable day. We had 6 WWII vets and the rest along with my father were Korean War vets.
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If you know any WWII or Koreaqn War vet that has not signed up for a honor flight I would strongly encourage them to do so. It will be a day that each vet will cherish. They are treated the way every vet should be treated. They are now starting to take Vietnam vets. These are well planned and volunteers make sure their day is the best. One of my greatest memories is seeing my sister’s father in law, finally getting to see the WWII memorial. Veteran honor the fallen thank the living USA flag shirt
He wore the same uniform he had worn in the 40’s as he rode through DC on the way to the war. Battle of the Bulge, Crossing the Rhine and many years of service to his country were his legacy. He told school children at the memorial about being pallbearer for General Patton. He walked proudly in uniform to each memorial as strong as the young man who fought for my freedom. Tears rolled down his cheeks as he quietly recalled his past. Forever in my mind and heart. RIP J. McElroy. God bless each and every Veteran.
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I have been on three Honor Flights as a guardian and I can honestly say it is one the most rewarding things I have ever done. The warm receptions that these veterans get is truly heartwarming and well deserved! My dad also wore his WWII hat everywhere he went. He passed away at 90. He was in wounded in WWII and also fought in Korea. He was on orders for Viet Nam and my mom told him you have fought enough. Please retire so after 26 yrs. he listened to my mom and retired as a Warrant Officer IV. Deep inside I always wished he would have been one of the last WWII vets alive.
This is quite the honor to offer this opportunity for our war hero’s to experience this. I have alway wanted the opportunity to go to Okinawa to experience where my dad was a marine and was killed in WW11 in Okinawa, June 3rd, 1945. My twin and I were 5 and sister was 2. We celebrate and honor him every year on that date, he was our hero! All of the guys who were in the line of fire had to have a lot of people behind them supporting them. Without them, there would not have been a way to fight. They were just as much a part of every battle.
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